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  • Gen. Michael D. Rochelle, head of Army recruiting, supplied by a source named "Spitball"

    Archive 2005-05-08

  • Gen. Michael D. Rochelle, head of Army recruiting, supplied by a source named "Spitball"

    More intel from Crooks and Liars

  • Gen. Michael D. Rochelle, head of Army recruiting, supplied by a source named "Spitball"

    05/08/2005 - 05/15/2005

  • On the left the new "Spitball" and on the right the new

    Cyril Huze Blog

  • Each child has a moniker that evokes his or her particular genius: Google-Eyes can hypnotize animals (and her little brother); Pencil can draw anything from memory; Spitball can shoot a wad of paper amazing distances; and Hollywood has seen every movie ever made — 11 times.

    Children’s Books

  • Each child has a moniker that evokes his or her particular genius: Google-Eyes can hypnotize animals (and her little brother); Pencil can draw anything from memory; Spitball can shoot a wad of paper amazing distances; and Hollywood has seen every movie ever made — 11 times.

    CHILDREN’S BOOKS

  • The Elián González fiasco is creating a Cuban Spitball Crisis -- a cold war without nukes.

    Special Miami Vice Edition

  • Spitball by Ron McCallie on Friday, Apr 27, 2007 at 7: 49: 34 PM

    Moderator Hurls Mostly SPIT Balls In First Democratic Presidential Candidate Debate

  • Pitches: 1. Fastball 2. Spitball 3. Curve 4. Slider 5. Change 6. Screwball

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

  • Pitch Selection: 1. Drop Curve 2. Fastball 3. Palm Ball used as a change 4. Spitball 5. Fork Ball

    The Neyer/James Guide To Pitchers

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